Due to the ongoing impact of the pandemic and travel restrictions worldwide, Art Basel has decided to postpone its June fair. The 2021 edition of Art Basel will now take place at Messe Basel from September 23 to September 26, 2021.
Braquenier’s solo exhibition takes its name from an influential volume on one of the most extreme conspiracy theories, claiming the earth’s surface to be flat rather than spherical. Substantiated by Samuel Birley Rowbotham at the end of the nineteenth century, this theory has since brought together a large community of devotees who continue to spread the word virally.
PHILIPPE BRAQUENIER EXHIBITS “EARTH NOT A GLOBE” IN THE RAVESTIJN GALLERY AMSTERDAM
From January 15 to April 30, Este Arte offers Este Journal: the fair’s channel for the dissemination of its exhibitors and cultural programs, delving into the work and creative process of each artist. Black Gallery exhibits work by María Freire, Pati Fernández Graña, Fede Ruiz Santebastian and Meram Sáa.
PUNTA DEL ESTE - BLACK GALLERY PRESENTS ITS CATALOG FOR ESTE ARTE 2021
The FMJJ Artistic Education Scholarship will allow artists born in Galicia to get a Master in Fine Arts at the Art Institute FHNW in Basel (Switzerland). The Foundation’s aim is to contribute to their international training and to encourage artistic production.
MARÍA JOSÉ JOVE FOUNDATION WILL SCHOLARSHIP GALICIAN ARTISTS AT THE FHNW ART INSTITUTE IN BASEL
Curated by Stefanie Hessler and co-produced by Kunsthall Trondheim, Nets of Hyphae by visual artista and composer Policarpo continues her research into fungi networks, drawing speculative webs of connection between ergot spores, reproductive justice and alternative forms of knowledge.
FEMINISM AND PSYCHEDELICS – DIANA POLICARPO EXHIBITS AT THE GALERIA MUNICIPAL OF PORTO
The exposition complements the artist's exhibition in Vilafranca del Penedés in the Sala dels Trinitaris, which opened last October 2020. In this way, the artist proposes a macro exhibition with the same concept: the abuse of power.
CONTRAST GALLERY BARCELONA EXHIBITS “ESTATAMBESTAT / ESTACONTRAESTAT” BY XAVIER G-SOLÍS
The exhibition will be De la Mora's (b. 1968, Mexico) fifth solo show at the gallery and features thirteen works made of pigmented feathers of turkeys native to Mexico. The exhibition is accompanied by a curatorial text written by Gabriela Rangel, writer, curator, and Artistic Director for MALBA (Museo de Arte Latinoamericano de Buenos Aires) in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
GABRIEL DE LA MORA’S “UNEARTHING THE MIRROR” AT SICARDI | AYERS | BACINO
With the work of the artists Andrea Canepa, Alberto Casari, Jimena Chávez Delion, Daniel Jacoby, Pierina Másquez, Andrés Pereira Paz, Sarah Zapata and curatorship by Julia Moro.
CRISIS GALLERY EXHIBITS "FIFTEEN FABRICS AND SOMETHING FELT"
In the context of a partnership with the Centre Pompidou, KANAL is pursuing an artistic purpose whose main objective is to create a multidisciplinary arts and culture hub open to all in order to highlight the contemporary Brussels arts scene and bolster the cultural appeal of the capital. It is the very concept of the museum that KANAL is seeking to reinvent.
BRUSSELS – FONDATION KANAL IS SEEKING FOR ARTISTIC DIRECTOR
La historia como rumor (History as rumor) is an annual program of online exhibitions conceived by the director Gabriela Rangel with the aim of documenting and contextualizing a set of performances that occurred at different times and places in America and the Caribbean. This occasion, the fifth exhibition of the program, will be dedicated to Helado de agua de mar Caribe (Caribbean Sea Water Ice Cream) (2002), by the artist Quisqueya Henríquez who will have a conversation with Sara Hermann moderated by Gabriela Rangel and broadcast on YouTube.
MALBA - INAUGURATION OF "CARIBBEAN SEA WATER ICE CREAM" IN THE CONTEXT OF "HISTORY AS RUMOR"
ACEPTAR: GROUP EXHIBITION AT THE JOAN HISAOKA HEALING ARTS GALLERY
Pan American Art Projects announces their ARGENTINE ART AUCTION, a charity sale to support Asociación Mutual Israelita Argentina (AMIA) with a donation of 25% of the sales.
PAN AMERICAN ART PROJECTS – CHARITY AUCTION FOR AMIA
The exhibition presents rarely seen examples of Latin American abstraction alongside works by American and European modernists and Phoenix-based contemporary artists. It explores how the visual language of abstraction has generated profound insights into Latin American culture and politics and how Latin American artists have drawn on abstraction’s parallel history in the United States and Europe.
PHOENIX ART MUSEUM EXHIBITS CONTEMPORARY LATIN AMERICAN ART IN STORIES OF ABSTRACTION
Meleko Mokgosi (b. 1981, Francistown, Botswana; lives in New York) wields the traditions of Western European painting to deliver sharp political critiques relating to the postcolonial condition. Exhibited at the museum is a large-scale, newly commissioned work by Mokgosi created for the museum’s distinctive 30-foot double-height project gallery.
PÉREZ ART MUSEUM MIAMI EXHIBITS MELEKO MOKGOSI: YOUR TRIP TO AFRICA
For the first time in more than 40 years, the visual work of Cristiani and Suárez is presented together. This anthological exhibition addresses in an original way all the western and local avant-gardes of three decades of production linked to realism, such as the new figuration, pop art and drawing.
URUGUAY POP - GALERÍA DE LAS MISIONES EXHIBITS WORKS BY ERNESTO CRISTIANI AND RUISDAEL SUÁREZ
LÍQUIDO is a new traveling gallery that promotes the work of young and emerging artists from Latin America with international projection. On this occasion, the exhibition features works by Elián Stolarsky at the Posada Ayana of José Ignacio.
INAUGURAL SHOW AT LÍQUIDO - INVENTORY 17: PHOTOGRAPHS THAT ARE ALREADY OF ANYONE
Their recent catalogue "Jan Mulder collection: Contemporary Photography" has been nominated in the section Special Editions/Literature.
JAN MULDER COLLECTION NOMINATES FORT HE LUCES AWARDS OF THE EL COMERCIO NEWSPAPER
Tomorrow, Saturday 9th, The Bass, the de la Cruz Collection and the Felix Gonzalez-Torres Family Archive collaborate to present a celebration day honoring the personal and artistic legacy of Felix Gonzalez-Torres, in commemoration of the 25th anniversary of his death in Miami, Florida. The virtual celebration will feature a series of three conversations joined by a panel of colleagues and scholars with distinct views and perspectives, memorializing the life of Felix Gonzalez-Torres. Live on Zoom.
THE BASS PRESENTS “FELIX GONZALEZ-TORRES: WHAT REMAINS”, A CELEBRATION OF THE ARTIST'S LIFE AND LEGACY
“A journey, an exploration and an homage to private collecting in Colombia.” I Wanna Be With You is a group exhibition that investigates the concepts of contact, interaction, communication, proximity, exchange, strategies of collaboration. On the other hand, isolation, seclusion, social distance, detachment, and separation. The project pays homage to some of the most prestigious Colombian private collections while offering an unusual itinerary of Colombian and international art history from the 1970s till now. Therefore, highlighting how private collections are a vital part of the art-system and an alternative yet exciting way of approaching and experiencing art.
BOGOTA – A DICHOTOMY BETWEEN THE PUBLIC AND THE PRIVATE, MAMBO PRESENTS “I WANNA BE WITH YOU”
Following its debut in Seoul, OSGEMEOS’ exhibition You Are My Guest is now on view at the Fosun Foundation in Shanghai, featuring a selection of paintings, installations, and sound pieces by the Brazilian artist duo. OSGEMEOS is known internationally for their unique, dreamlike visual language that brings together influences from Brazilian folklore, hip hop, graffiti, and street art.
FIRST SOLO EXHIBITION IN CHINA OF BRAZILIAN ARTIST DUO OSGEMEOS
Organized by Megan Fontanella, the exhibition reflects on several of the varied and complex courses nonrepresentational art followed in the 1960s and into the 1970s, and includes works by Helen Frankenthaler, Morris Louis, Kenneth Noland, Jules Olitski, and others.
“THE FULLNESS OF COLOR: 1960S PAINTING” AT THE GUGGENHEIM NEW YORK
Inviting designers, cultural agents and social innovators to present projects as exhibitions, installations, interventions, workshops, discussions and publishing. Submissions deadline January 17, 2021.
OPEN CALL FOR PORTO DESIGN BIENNALE
Atávico is a solo show of Guerra that ventures, among other things, into mystery, the linking of generations and the creation of a language based on personal experiences which belong to all too.
+ ARTE GALLERY PRESENTS CINTHIA GUERRA'S “ATÁVICO”
The Pinacoteca de São Paulo presents Joan Jonas: Five Decades, the first solo exhibition in South America by the American pioneer of performance and video art Joan Jonas. The exhibition is curated by Berta Sichel, and is part of the network of collaborations of the 34th Bienal de São Paulo.
FIVE DECADES OF JOAN JONAS – EXHIBITION AT THE PINACOTECA OF SÃO PAULO
The artist received the award from the Spanish insurance company for the work Mirage II, from the Mecánica Celeste exhibition. The work of Glenda León affects with sensitivity and poetic acuity in that need of the human being (following Ernst Fischer) to complete its individuality. In this search for intimate nature, she resorts to exploring the Nature that surrounds us.
GLENDA LEÓN RECEIVES DKV AWARD AS EMERGING ARTIST WITH THE BEST GALLERY EXHIBITION
The new research institute, established with a gift from the Legacy Emilio Ambasz Foundation, will be dedicated to understanding the interaction between architecture and ecology in order to highlight the urgent need for an ecological transformation. The goals of the Institute, through a range of curatorial programs and research initiatives, are to foster dialogue, promote conversation, and facilitate research around the relationship between the built and the natural environment.
ARCHITECTURE AND ECOLOGY - EMILIO AMBASZ INSTITUTE FOR THE JOINT STUDY OF THE BUILT AND THE NATURAL ENVIRONMENT AT MoMA
Fondation Fiminco launches an open call for visual artists across all disciplines to undertake a residency in Romainville (Seine-Saint-Denis). This residency will be focused on research and development, as well as production. Deadline to submit applications: January 21, 2021.
OPEN CALL – FONDATION FIMINCO RESIDENCY IN FRANCE
Architecture with plant fibres has high sensual and haptic qualities, and in terms of the selection criteria of the FIBRA Award also high aesthetic quality. The FIBRA Award is given by amàco, the research and experimental centre for natural building materials in Villefontaine in France, and curator Dominique Gauzin-Müller.
ifa GALLERY STUTTGART PRESENTS FIBRA: CONTEMPORARY ARCHITECTURE WITH PLANT FIBERS
Curated by Alastair Fuad-Luke, the 2021 edition of Porto Design Biennale aims to think and intervene in the current moment, under the theme Alter-Realities: Designing the Present.
PORTO DESIGN BIENNALE
The Miami-based residency space organizes annual residencies for artists from all walks of lives and working on varied media. Get to know the current artists-in-residence and learn about the ongoing open call (Application deadline February 21, 2021)
FOUNTAINHEAD RESIDENCY – OPEN CALL AND MEET THE ARTISTS
This exhibition will feature a new series of monumental sculptures and installations that unapologetically visualize the enduring violence and devastation ignited by colonization. Focusing on the Caribbean archipelago, the first point of colonial contact in the Americas, Fernández challenges us to consider a more nuanced reading of people and place, one that looks beyond dominant, continental narratives and instead considers the region as emblematic of an expansive and decentralized state of mind.
TERESITA FERNÁNDEZ EXHIBITS MAELSTROM: A VISUAL ESSAY AT LEHMANN MAUPIN NEW YORK
The Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes will present, starting on January 8, the exhibition "Tres miradas sobre Mar del Plata", made up of a selection of photographs by Annemarie Heinrich, Ataúlfo Pérez Aznar and Alberto Goldenstein that can be seen at the MAR Museum (Museum of Contemporary Art of the Province of Buenos Aires) in Mar del Plata until June.
THREE LOOKS OVER MAR DEL PLATA - PHOTOGRAPHY EXHIBITION AT THE MUSEO MAR
Curated by Gabriel Pérez-Barreiro and Lara Marmor, the show radically exhibits new installations and drawings from different series made throughout Duville's career. "We invite the public to immerse themselves and perceive the strangeness generated by the timeless landscapes made by the artist, graphic representations of the earth created from reconstructions, some made by memory and others invented", state the curators. It is also complemented by a story written by César Aira in relation to the exhibition.
BUENOS AIRES – THE AMALIA LACROZE DE FORTABAT ART COLLECTION PRESENTS MATIAS DUVILLE: HOTEL PALMERA
Terapia Fotográfica (Photographic Therapy), a Latin American photography community created in the wake of the pandemic, presents an urban gallery with photography on the facade of the Víctor Larco Herrera Hospital, in the Magdalena del Mar district. Curated by Sophia Durand, the exhibition evokes the viewers and makes of them the protagonists "with a look that welcomes and cures with art the symptoms of a pandemic society."
ANTICOVID-19: FIRST LARGE FORMAT PHOTOGRAPHIC EXHIBITION IN PERU
The Museum of Modern Art of Buenos Aires, dependent on the Ministry of Culture of the City, announces the donation of 60 works by Aldo Sessa (Buenos Aires, 1939) that go through its 50-year bond with the museum. Thus, they will become part of the collection of the institution, adding to the history of the donations made to the museum by the great Argentine artists.
BUENOS AIRES - THE MUSEUM OF MODERN ART RECEIVES A DONATION OF 60 WORKS BY ALDO SESSA
On the occasion of the celebration of its nineteenth anniversary and in the context of the (on-site) museum closed by the confinement decreed in March, Malba presents La historia como rumor, an annual program of online exhibitions conceived by director Gabriela Rangel with the aim of documenting and contextualizing a set of performances that occurred at different times and places in America and the Caribbean, in a historical transition marked by the end of the Cold War and the beginning of the internet.
MALBA PRESENTS PERFORMANCES OF MULTIPLE MOVEMENT IN “HISTORY AS RUMOR”
In a ceremony held on Wednesday, December 16 in the Reception Hall of the National Palace of Culture, the Ministry of Culture and Sports presented the 2020 “Carlos Mérida” Award to visual artist Darío Escobar.
GUATEMALA - “CARLOS MÉRIDA” NATIONAL ART PRIZE RECOGNIZES DARÍO ESCOBAR
Impresiones sobre la actualidad (Impressions about Today) is a project of collective creation by the artist José Ruiz Díaz in which, through open printing sessions and with 7000 sheets of paper, he uses the word "TODAY" as a conceptual support to speculate on the concept of actuality, and intervene in the Espacio El Dorado building.
LAST DAYS TO VISIT AND PARTICIPATE IN "IMPRESSIONS ABOUT TODAY" IN ESPACIO EL DORADO, BOGOTÁ
After an in-depth analysis of the homonymous book on economic policy that established the free market guidelines implemented in Chile during the military dictatorship, El Ladrillo (The Brick) questions the eco-political model imposed by Augusto Pinochet and reflects on its cultural and social impact in subsequent years. In the exhibited works, there are references to social and economic history, collective memory and artistic movements such as Russian Constructivism, Neoplasticism, Latin American conceptual art of the 1970s and 1980s, minimalism and Arte Povera.
MEXICO - RGR GALLERY PRESENTS EL LADRILLO, BY PATRICK HAMILTON
Pinta Modern presents artworks from the beginning of the 20th century to 1960. This section has been a focus during the 10 year trajectory of the fair, in which international galleries present high-level proposals, highlighting Latin American art that encompasses this period from Latin America, USA and Europe.
THE BRAZILIAN WAVE IN PINTA MODERN
The exhibition La luz del fragmento (The Light of the Fragment) presents for the first time a selection of works by Rafael Tur Costa ranging from the 1950’S to our days. The exhibition not only recomposes the artist’s body of work, it leads us to that private space in which every detail correlates with a life experience. It is in this invisible dialogue that new meanings appear and shed light on the manner in which Tur Costa’s artistic practice is to be understood.
ES BALUARD MUSEU EXHIBITS “LA LUZ DEL FRAGMENTO”, A RETROSPECTIVE OF RAFAEL TUR COSTA
This is a solo exhibition by the world-renowned Ecuadorian artist based in New York, Karina Skvirsky, in the recently opened space of the VIGIL GONZALES gallery in the Valle Sagrado de los Incas.
THE PERILOUS JOURNEY OF MARÍA ROSA PALACIOS - KARINA SKVIRSKY IN VIGIL GONZALES
Art Dubai taking place from March 17-20 at Madinat Jumeirah will present exciting new global perspectives across gallery halls, new artist-led initiatives activating the city of Dubai, UAE-wide programming across the cultural institutions ecology, and exclusive events across outdoor settings, adapted with all the appropriate health and safety measures.
ART DUBAI JOINS THE LIST OF IN-PERSON FAIRS TO BE HELD NEXT YEAR
Art Focus Latin America is the ﬁrst Association of Art Galleries in Latin America, comprised of galleries from Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, México, Puerto Rico, Uruguay and the United States. Along with Juan Canela’s curatorial text, the participating artists in the exhibition are Eugenio Merino, Avelino Sala, Alejandro Thornton, Hugo Vidal, Cristina Castagna, Iván Hurtado, Pablo Uribe, Miguel Aguirre, Andre Penteado, Romy Pocztaruk, Cecilia Barreto y Fernando Poyón
DEMOCRACY – INAUGURAL EXHIBITION OF ART FOCUS, A LATINAMERICAN GALLERIES COLLECTIVE
Miguel Miguel García was a passionate promoter of the visual arts in Venezuela, with nearly 50 years of tireless work as a curator, museum expert, researcher, and art critic.
MIGUEL MIGUEL GARCÍA, OUTSTANDING VENEZUELAN CURATOR OF MODERN AND CONTEMPORARY ART, PASSED AWAY
Represented in Pinta by Casa Hoffmann, Alba Triana is a Colombian artist who works in formats that defy the planes of time and space, hearing and vision. Her interdisciplinarity transits the intersection between science and art, making music of movement and aesthetics of light.
PINTA MIAMI LIVE PRESENTS ALBA TRIANA AT OPEN FILE
As a space for direct dialogue with the digital format of Pinta Miami Live, the Solo Projects section invited thirteen galleries for this edition under a novel curatorial premise.
LAST DAY OF PINTA MIAMI LIVE – SOLO PROJECTS
EFG Latin America Art Award, in partnership with ArtNexus, celebrates its 10th year after being created to support artists in Latin America. Of the nominated artists, Fuenmayor was announced as the winner today at Pinta Miami Live.
PINTA MIAMI- GONZALO FUENMAYOR WINNER OF THE EFG LATIN AMERICA ART AWARD
In a conceptual game between exhibited and exhibiting artwork, the Uruguayan artist presents his this exposition which will be the first solo one in the new RECOLETO gallery in Jávea, Valencia.
SPAIN - GUILLERMO GARCIA CRUZ EXHIBITS UNTITLED SPACE V IN GALERÍA RECOLETO
Part of Pinta Miami’s agenda for this weekend, December 5th and 6th, is a series of Miami-based Studio visits, this time featuring those of Paul Amundarian, Alberto Cavalieri and Tony Vázquez-Figueroa. Saturday December 5, 11am - 4pm EST. Timed RSVP required at RSVP@pinta.art
THIS WEEKEND ON PINTA MIAMI
Recognized artist, Borea distinguished himself with his openness to diverse media where time, memory and history become of fundamental importance in his visual discourse.
FAREWELL TO ALBERTO BOREA, PERUVIAN ARTIST
Presented together with The55Project, The Undercurrent revisits Prado’s ongoing series “Measure of Dispersion,” last exhibited at the Jardim Botânico do Rio de Janeiro, Brazil in 2017.
GUSTAVO PRADO’S INSTALLATION “THE UNDERCURRENT” AT MIAMI BEACH BOTANICAL GARDEN
Celebrating its first anniversary and an expansión program, the Rubell Museum has presented four major exhibitions, including Hernan Bas’.
MIAMI- LAST DAYS TO VISIT THE HERNAN BAS EXHIBITION AT THE RUBELL MUSEUM
In this fourteenth special edition of Pinta Miami, the largest art fair specialized in Latin America art in the United States adds two new sections to its program: Photo and Edition. With the relevance that photography has been gaining within the international art scene and with the importance that graphic arts have had for the transition from modern to contemporary art, both sections have been designed to represent a broader perspective of Latinamerican artistic production and its value in the evolution of artistic language.
PINTA MIAMI LIVE – PHOTO AND EDITION
Live Talk ¨Meet Collectors¨ is a series of conversations with artists, curators, collectors, gallery owners and directors of international museums, who will reflect on different aspects of contemporary art in Latin America. Also on Pinta’s programme is a schedule of Pop-up events that will take place within the Miami Art Week frame.
PINTA MIAMI INAUGURATES ITS LIVETALKS AND PRESENTS A GUIDED TOUR OF AFRICAN ART IN EL ESPACIO 23
The works exhibited are known as “Outsider” art, and belong to the permanent collection of NAEMI (National Arts Exhibitions of the Mentally Ill).
NAEMI AND ART CODE SPACE PRESENT “I THOUGHT I WAS SLEEPING”, BY CUBAN ARTISTS
Echoing the innovative format that the virtual fair brings, the Pinta Miami Live catalog is digital and available in high resolution.
PINTA MIAMI LIVE 2020 PUBLISHES THIS YEAR’S CATALOGUE
Within the frame of Pinta’s launch, Okumura presents a selection of her most recognized installations and works on paper as a represented artist at Piero Atchugarry Gallery. A solo exhibition by postmodern Brazillian artist, Standing Points condenses the hypothetical space that Okumura designs with a tangible sense of altered dimensionality.
PINTA MIAMI 2020 - PIERO ATCHUGARRY INAUGURATES “STANDING POINTS” BY BRAZILIAN ARTIST LYDIA OKUMURA
Curated by Eliana Otta, Dejo este cuerpo aquí (I leave this body here) is a public space intervention and an exhibition divided into three parts.
VIGIL GONZALES GALLERY EXHIBITS “DEJO ESTE CUERPO AQUÍ” BY NATALIA IGUIÑIZ
Opening tomorrow, December 3rd, the fourth solo exhibition of Fuenmayor at the Miami-based gallery features a selection of small and monumental works in charcoal produced during 2020. “Palindromes” represents Fuenmayor’s “latest investigations into how images can speak to the dynamics of performing identity, negotiating cultural expectations, address histories of colonial exploitation and unpack tropical self-exotification. These reoccurring interests are particularly addressed in his practice to a pan-Latin American and U.S. Latinx context” according to curator Tobias Ostrander’s text.
MIAMI ART WEEK – GONZALO FUENMAYOR’S PALINDROMES IN DOT FIFTYONE GALLERY
Modern and Contemporary Latin American Art Show, Pinta, kicks off its 14thedition (December 2-15) with the launch of Pinta Miami Live 2020, a fully immersive digital platform granting access to free curatorial artistic content. The digital activations will be paired with pop-up events highlighting local and Latin American artists and works, continuing the fair’s presence in this year’s Miami Art Week.
PINTA MIAMI - HYBRID PROGRAMMING WITH NEW DIGITAL PLATFORM OF CURATORIAL EXPERIENCES AND SERIES OF POP-UP EVENTS DURING MIAMI ART WEEK
Designed by Francisco Gómez Paz (Salta, Argentina. 1975), the chair has won the prestigious Compasso d’Oro award in Milan and will now have a leading role in Pinta Miami’s virtual edition. Eutopia’s true innovation is being a rigorous industrial product yet produced independently, away from developed industrial systems.
EUTOPIA: ARGENTINE DESIGN WITH A STRONG PRESENCE IN PINTA MIAMI LIVE 2020
Curated by Direlia Lazo, Dreaming with Lions is a large-scale outdoor public artwork by renowned Cuban artist Alexandre Arrechea. The commissioned, monumental site-specific installation will on view until December 6. For Miami Art Week 2020, Faena Art aims to inspire hope and reinforce its commitment to shaping Miami’s cultural landscape through art. The public spaces within the Faena District will allow for a safe environment to view and interact with the artworks, bringing together the local community.
MIAMI ART WEEK – FAENA ART PRESENTS ALEXANDRE ARRECHEA: DREAMING WITH LIONS
Open until Friday 27, the TRANSVERSAL exhibition is an intersection between art, science and technology, a meeting between the perceptual and the philosophical, beyond the purely technical.
LAST DAYS OF “TRANSVERSAL” AT CASA HOFFMANN BOGOTÁ
Curated by Ariel Jiménez, the exhibition will be on view until March 20, 202. With the title Iridescent Geometries, the Collection gives continuity to the exhibition project that began six years ago. Since then, its objective has been to promote the study of modern and contemporary art at an international level, emphasizing abstract-geometric practices.
ERNESTO BRIEL: IRIDESCENT GEOMETRIES AT THE JUAN CARLOS MALDONADO ART COLLECTION
It is a solo exhibition where Monsalve exhibits works in painting, drawing, collage, photography, objects and video art.
NO LUGAR GALLERY PRESENTS “NEOTROPICAL FABLES” BY TEO MONSALVE
As a not-for-profit organization whose goal is to be a comprehensive resource for photographers at any level, Penumbra Foundation offers a program dedicated to facilitate emerging artists with time, workspace, resources and support to get them and their work closer to the public in one of the most vibrant art cities in the world, New York. Application deadline January 15, 2021.
PENUMBRA FOUNDATION OPEN CALL FOR RESIDENCY PROGRAM
The installation is free and presented outdoors from November 29 to April 18. Curated by Silvia Karman Cubiñá (Executive Director and Chief Curator) and Leilani Lynch (Curator), from The Bass, it utilizes a selection of over 1,000 native plant species, fauna and mineral to form a planted environment in front of the museum.
AGUA DULCE – COMMISSIONED BY THE BASS MUSEUM TO ABRAHAM CRUZVILLEGAS
A satellite exhibition in Miami’s Design District celebrates contemporary Latin American artists Verónica Vázquez (1970, Uruguay), Pablo Rasgado (1984, Mexico), Artur Lescher (1962, Brazil) and Túlio Pinto (1974, Brazil).
PIERO ATCHUGARRY PRESENTS (t, x, y, z) - 4 LATIN AMERICAN SCULPTORS IN 4 DIMENSIONS
In 2018, Jennifer Garza-Cuen and Odette England spent a week at the Robert Rauschenberg Foundation Residency in Captiva, Florida, collaborating on a series of nearly 200 photograms.
JENNIFER GARZA-CUEN & ODETTE ENGLAND EXHIBIT “PAST PAPER // PRESENT MARKS: RESPONDING TO RAUSCHENBERG” AT PENUMBRA FOUNDATION NEW YORK
Casa Hoffmann is an exhibition space in the city of Bogotá, dedicated to producing and exhibiting research in contemporary art commissioned to curators or researchers. Its exhibition cycle is consolidated in curatorial projects in which dialogue axes are established between proposals by local and international artists. The space promotes a line of research at the intersection between art, science and technology, making room for interdisciplinary, experimental and innovative proposals.
CASA HOFFMANN’S PROJECT FOR PINTA MIAMI LIVE 2020
On view until July 2021, the show celebrates the most recent acquisitions to Jorge M. And Darlene Pérez’ Collection, which consists of a sizable selection of international African and African Diaspora artists.
PAMM REOPENED AND EXHIBITS ‘ALLIED WITH POWER: AFRICAN AND AFRICAN DIASPORA ART FROM THE JORGE M. PÉREZ COLLECTION’
In the context of the exhibition Beatriz González: Una Retrospectiva at the Museo de Arte Miguel Urrutia, Casas Riegner presents this show which gathers unpublished paintings and drawings that emerge from the work with the same name.
CASAS RIEGNER JOINS THE TRIBUTE TO BEATRIZ GONZÁLEZ WITH ITS “CINTA AMARILLA” EXHIBITION
The nominated work is Volcán I, III, II from 2019. It arises from a recurring question about the slow processes of change that are currently happening, these that have an intrinsic force and that transform everything around them. Camila Botero was born in Medellín in 1976, where she works and lives.
CAMILA BOTERO NOMINATED IN ARTBO FOR THE EFG LATIN AMERICA ART AWARD
Fina Miralles (Sabadell, 1950) is one of the most significant Spanish artists active from the seventies to the present day. The exhibition, curated by Teresa Grandas, presents works that break the limits of artistic conventions (the monochrome landscape, painting as gesture, the artist as an artistic object) in a body of work in which process is more significant than the formal result and gives the work value, albeit within a notion of ‘value’ that is constantly held to question, however it is materialized.
MUSEU D'ART CONTEMPORANI DE BARCELONA - FINA MIRALLES: I AM ALL THE SELVES THAT I HAVE BEEN
Researcher and curator from Rio de Janeiro, she takes on the Adjunct Curatorship of MAM Rio as a result of the open call launched in October, which resulted in 139 applications.
BEATRIZ LEMOS - NEW ASSISTANT CURATOR AT THE MUSEUM OF MODERN ART RIO DE JANEIRO
The Doral Contemporary Art Museum (DORCAM) exhibition will be the largest exhibition of Valdés’ epic sculptures to date. It will be on view for six months, until June 2021, with several programs organized around the exhibition throughout its duration.
LARGER THAN LIFE SCULPTURES AND URBAN INTERVENTION. MANOLO VALDÉS: THE LEGACY
The Museum will open the doors to the new Nancy and Rich Kinder Building on November 21. The new addition to the main campus will feature site-specific commissioned artworks from artists like Carlos Cruz-Diez, Olafur Eliasson, and Ai Weiwei. Plus, about 1,100 works from the Museum’s distinguished international collections of modern and contemporary art by artists such as Yayoi Kusama and James Turrell.
HOUSTON – THE MUSEUM OF FINE ARTS REOPENS WITH CONTEMPORARY ART EXHIBITIONS
Until December 14, the Lima gallery presents the exhibition of artists Santiago Yahuarcani and Harry Pinedo / Inin Metsa, curated by Rember Yahuarcani and Giuliana Borea. It is a real-time reflection by indigenous artists and thinkers on how Covid-19 has impacted the lives of native and urban Amazonian populations, evaluating the responses of the State, civil society and survival strategies.
¡ITE!/ ¡NENO!/ ¡AQUÍ! - RESPONSES TO COVID-19 IN CRISIS GALLERY
Godoy is an artist with a multidisciplinary practice. His work takes the form of videos, photographs, performances, sculptures, and zines.
MIAMI-BASED DOT FIFTYONE GALLERY ANNOUNCES THE REPRESENTATION OF CAMILO GODOY
From November 18 to December 20, the exhibition (The Devil’s Fable) appeals to different visual languages, resources and expressive variants to offer in its images a disturbing atmosphere, that which is explicit but also remains undisclosed.
MORA GOMEZ LUENGO: “LAS FÁBULAS DEL DIABLO” IN ESPACIO FTALO
Titled Nos sentamos, escuchamos, discutimos, this is the second solo exhibition of the Mexican artist Jorge Méndez Blake (Guadalajara, 1974). In the midst of a global emergency, just below the great health crisis there are two other crises: the democratic crisis and the poetic crisis. Through different amphitheater projects, Méndez Blake tries to reconstruct the original place of the poet, as the creator of comedy and tragedy, of the community and therefore of democracy, using the amphitheater as a symbol of the possibility of listening, to discuss and live in community.
JORGE MÉNDEZ BLAKE PRESENTS “WE SIT, LISTEN, DISCUSS” AT OMR
Its virtual programming highlights new and popular classic films from November 18 to 27, including a total of 64 films representing 49 indigenous nations in 12 different countries: United States, Canada, New Zealand, Mexico, Guatemala, Finland , Ecuador, Norway, Peru, Argentina, Australia and Belize.
20TH EDITION OF THE NATIVE CINEMA SHOWCASE OF THE NATIONAL MUSEUM OF THE AMERICAN INDIAN
Amant Foundation’s Residency Program is a newly established international studio residency program beginning in September of 2021, with three iterations—Fall, Winter, and Spring. They host artists at all stages of their careers and across a wide array of disciplines from the visual arts, literature, performance, filmmaking, and cultural theory.
AMANT OPEN CALL FOR STUDIO RESIDENCY IN NEW YORK
On November 23 of this very particular 2020, ArtexArte-Fundación Alfonso y Luz Castillo reaches twenty-five years of activity.
25 YEARS OF ARTEXARTE-ALFONSO AND LUZ CASTILLO’S FOUNDATION
Curated by Miguel López, “From one point to the other” is the first monographic exhibition of the artist, one of the most outstanding photographers of her generation. The exhibition is open to the public from November 12, 2020 to May 16, 2021.
FLAVIA GANDOLFO: "DE UN PUNTO A OTRA" AT THE MUSEO DE ARTE DE LIMA
The great patron passed away yesterday, Sunday, November 15, at 89 years of age with a career and heritage that served her international recognition.
A FAREWELL TO NELLY ARRIETA DE BLAQUIER - PATRON, COLLECTOR AND OUTSTANDING PERSONALITY OF ARGENTINE ART
Conceived from a recurring theme in the artist’s production, the body as the matrix of everything that exists in the world, the exposition explores the relationships between body and space.
CASA TRIÂNGULO EXHIBITS NINO CAIS: A FÁBRICA DO CORPO HUMANO (THE HUMAN BODY FACTORY)
The Fundação Bienal exhibits Vento [Wind] from November 14 to December 13 at the Ciccillo Matarazzo Pavilion as part of the program of the 34th Bienal de São Paulo – Though it’s dark, still I sing.
VENTO [WIND] - GROUP EXHIBITION AT THE 34TH BIENAL DE SÃO PAULO
This is the second online conference organized by the Cisneros Institute at MoMA and conceived by guest curator Julieta González as part of a three-year research initiative on the relationships between art and the environment in Latin America. (The online sessions will be in English. Videos with Spanish subtitles will be posted in December)
CISNEROS INSTITUTE AND MoMA PRESENT ‘REWEAVING OURSELVES: CONTEMPORARY ECOLOGY THROUGH THE IDEAS OF JUAN DOWNEY’
From November 12 to 21, this annual visual arts milestone brings together the most important galleries in the country. In its fourth version, it focuses on outstanding Chilean artists, launches its digital platform for art sales and offers online guided tours of national and Latin American exhibitions, among other experiences of connection through art.
MALBA AND GALLERY WEEKEND SANTIAGO - CONNECTING KEY SPACES OF LATIN AMERICAN ART
Buenos Aires recovers its cultural rhythm; of course, adapted to the new times, but with its museums and art galleries open, and with the auction rooms offering temptations through its online platforms.
HILARIO IX EXPERIENCE - ONLINE AUCTION
Opening in mid-November and continuing through February 2021, the space will serve as a bridge between their global programming and community of longtime collectors, curators, and institutions in Palm Beach and South Florida.
LEHMANN MAUPIN TO OPEN A SEASONAL EXHIBITION SPACE IN PALM BEACH
Organized by the Taubman Museum of Art featuring works from the Beth Rudin DeWoody Collection, A Very Anxious Feeling: Voices of Unrest in the American Experience shines light on the widespread feelings of anxiety in contemporary art.
A VERY ANXIOUS FEELING: VOICES OF UNREST IN THE AMERICAN EXPERIENCE - 20 YEARS OF THE BETH RUDIN DEWOODY COLLECTION
From November 3 to December 31, three art galleries in Buenos Aires pay tribute to Luis Felipe “Yuyo” Noé and address different creative stages of his prolific visual production. His works will be exhibited simultaneously in the Rubbers, Gachi Prieto and Jacques Martínez galleries; in an unprecedented project and during a very particular year.
MÉNAGE À TROIS: TRIBUTE BY THREE GALLERIES TO LUIS FELIPE NOÉ
Vickie Pierre’s first solo exhibition with the Miami-based gallery presents an ongoing investigation into explorations of self-identity, ethnicity, and spirituality. With references to her Haitian heritage, as well as the larger Caribbean culture and cultural mythologies throughout the world, Pierre considers and challenges feminine and historic tropes relative to contemporary cultural politics.
FREDRIC SNITZER GALLERY - VICKIE PIERRE: IN MY MIND, IN MY HEAD, I WANTED IT TO HAPPEN
Today, Thursday, November 5, the MALBA opens its doors after almost eight months of being closed. The first week (until Wednesday 11/11) admission will be free with prior online reservation www.malba.org.ar
BUENOS AIRES – MALBA REOPENS WITH TWO EXHIBITIONS
The Museum opened in 1990 with the aim of becoming a leading art institution, in an event that was also the inauguration of the exhibition Memory of the future. Italian art from early avant-garde to post-war. The goals of the museum were to assemble an important collection of modern and contemporary art, to turn into a dynamic center of new tendencies and artists, to develop an academic network of research and education and to act as an active cultural promoter.
THE REINA SOFÍA MUSEUM CELEBRATES ITS 30TH ANNIVERSARY WITH A MAJOR EXHIBITION ABOUT MONDRIAN AND DE STIJL
La imagen fotográfica y la fotografía (The photographic image and photography) and Figuraciones ›modernas‹ en recurrencia (>Modern<Figurations in Recurrence) are titled the exhibitions, which include works in various media by local and international artists. Both will open to the public this coming Saturday, November 7 at Hacienda La Trinidad Parque Cultural.
THE CARMEN ARAUJO ART GALLERY INAUGURATES 2 GROUP EXHIBITIONS
Since 2019, FALFAA has been working on the restructuring of its own database, originally designed by León and FALFAA in 2008, and which today has more than 5,000 works records.
FUNDACIÓN AUGUSTO Y LEÓN FERRARI ANNOUNCES THE CREATION OF A DATABASE
Sesc Pompeia presents FARSA, curated by Marta Mestre and with adjunct curatorship by Pollyana Quintella. Referring to the universe of language, works produced in Brazil and Portugal by contemporary visual artists are exposed. The institution, when carrying out such activity, reaffirms the importance of knowing the influences of different ethnicities and communities in the historical and cultural formation of a country, understanding the plurality of references in the constitution of identities.
FARSA. LANGUAGE, FRACTURE AND FICTION: BRAZIL - PORTUGAL
Established in 2011 in Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD), the center’s mission is to promote wide public knowledge and appreciation of African American culture. Díaz is an experienced leader and community builder within education and the arts.
JOËL DÍAZ APPOINTED DIRECTOR OF WALTER O. EVANS CENTER FOR AFRICAN AMERICAN STUDIES
It’s a major exhibition by the Danish-Icelandic artist, his first in Portugal. In this exhibition, the artist places several large-scale installations both organic and artificial within the museum as well as in the surrounding parkland.
OLAFUR ELIASSON: Y/OUR FUTURE IS NOW IN SERRALVES MUSEUM OF CONTEMPORARY ART
Since its origins in 1982 in Madrid and 2016 in Lisbon, the ARCO fair has worked for the sustainable development of a market for art in a national context with an international vision; it has enhanced knowledge and learning about art and invented new ways to build bridges between places, people and ideas.
ARCO 2021 – MADRID / LISBON
Curated by Xue Tan and Sunjung Kim, Wet feet __ dry feet: borders and games brings together three interconnected projects by Francis Alÿs (born 1959 in Belgium and based in Mexico City since the 1980s), widely perceived as one of the most influential conceptual artists of our time.
TAI KWUN CONTEMPORARY PRESENTS “WET FEET __ DRY FEET: BORDERS AND GAMES” BY FRANCIS ALŸS
VISION ACUITY is titled after a term homonymous with 20/20 vision, indicating sharpness of vision at a certain distance. The concept is being summoned through curatorial inflection for the purpose of inviting the viewers to rethink topics such as identity, memory, and sense of time and space in a year that has become a reference for contemporary history.
MIAMI – CLANDESTINA FEATURES LATIN ARTISTS IN GROUP EXHIBITION “VISION ACUITY”
Titled An Interval of Time and sited at University of Texas’ Jackson School of Geosciences, Bravo’s digital animation weaves together geological data with images of Iceland, Colombia, New Mexico and Colorado, looped across three flat screen displays.
LANDMARKS PRESENTS NEW COMMISSIONED WORK BY COLOMBIAN ARTIST MONIKA BRAVO
As of November this year, the decision was made by the University of London to shut down the Institute of Latin American Studies (ILAS)
THE INSTITUTE OF LATIN AMERICAN STUDIES OF THE UNIVERSITY OF LONDON IS AT RISK
Aráoz’ solo exhibition Solid Dream was inaugurated virtually on Saturday, October 24, in the Museum of Modern Art of Buenos Aires, within the framework of the Museums Illuminate festival organized by RAME (Argentine Network of Museums and Art Spaces)
NICANOR ARÁOZ: SUEÑO SÓLIDO IN THE MUSEO MODERNO OF BUENOS AIRES
Mala Hierba / Yerba Mala is a bi-personal of Claudia Coca (Peru) and Claudia Casarino (Paraguay), presented at the Galería del Paseo Lima. The exhibition brings together a series of works marked by decolonial thought. Both artists coincide, briefly but intensely, in the use of American botanical iconography by chroniclers of the 18th and 19th centuries.
CLAUDIA COCA AND CLAUDIA CASARINO EXHIBIT MALA HIERBA / YERBA MALA IN GALERÍA DEL PASEO
The award was created in tribute to Michael Richards (1963–2001), an incisive, provocative and poetic artist whose body of work primarily addresses racial inequity and social injustice. An Oolite Arts alum, Richards passed away tragically in his art studio in the World Trade Center during the terrorist attacks on Sept. 11, 2001.
MARÍA MARTÍNEZ-CAÑAS RECIPIENT OF THE OOLITE ARTS 2020 MICHAEL RICHARDS AWARD
From a short list of 6 artist, the recipient of the award will be announced on October 22 on Guggenheim’s Instagram.
HUGO BOSS PRIZE - 2020 FINALISTS
New York- El Museo del Barrio receives the grant award to support the museum's curatorial and education programs, general operations, and $100,000 to support organizational capacity building, particularly in key areas including digital strategies and other needs.
EL MUSEO DEL BARRIO RECEIVES $4 MILLION "AMERICA'S CULTURAL TREASURES" INITIATIVE GRANT FROM THE FORD FOUNDATION AND PARTNERS
New works by Paradela will be featured in their upcoming fair presentations and several large-scale paintings will be exhibited in a group-show at the gallery in November, titled New Beginnings.
SALAR ART GALLERY ANNOUNCES THE REPRESENTATION OF MATÍAS PARADELA
At the Institute for Contemporary Art at Virginia Commonwealth University, Laguna presents both visual and written artworks.
ARGENTINE ARTIST FERNANDA LAGUNA EXHIBITS “AS EVERYBODY”
Fondation Louis Vuitton, Paris presents French painter Jean Claracq (born 1991, France), for his first solo exhibition in a museum. Since childhood, Jean Claracq has been fascinated with the history of art, drawing inspiration from mediaeval illumination to photography via Renaissance painting.
OPEN SPACE #7 JEAN CLARACQ AT THE FONDATION LOUIS VUITTON
*Efectos secundarios* (Side Effects) consists of works in painting, drawing, collage, photography, ceramics, textiles, sculpture, objects, video performance, digital media and augmented reality. Opening to the public: Thursday, October 15.
NO LUGAR PRESENTS * EFECTOS SECUNDARIOS*, COLLECTIVE EXHIBITION OF 19 ARTISTS
The inauguration is scheduled for Thursday, October 15 at 2:00 p.m. at the Espacio Ftalo Gallery of Contemporary Art.
EZEQUIEL QUINES EXHIBITS “PUNTO CIEGO” IN ESPACIO FTALO, BUENOS AIRES
This is the first retrospective in Spain on Bill Brandt (1904-1983), considered one of the most influential British artists of the 20th century. Produced by Fundación MAPFRE and curated by Ramón Esparza, the exhibition brings together 186 photographs developed by Brandt himself who, over the course of five decades, made use of almost all the photographic genres: social documentary, portraiture, the nude and landscape.
BARCELONA – FUNDACIÓN MAPFRE EXHIBITS WORKS BY BILL BRANDT
Miami-based Dot Fiftyone gallery presents Bernd Mechler and Hernán Cédola’s exhibition Düsseldorf/ Tolosa.The exhibition presents the work of two artists from different latitudes that have maintained an enriching exchange of dialogues for five years. The show focuses on the coexistence and interaction of their works in the same space.
BERND MECHLER AND HERNÁN CÉDOLA: DÜSSELDORF / TOLOSA
WHAT ARE YOU EXPRESSING IN YOUR EYES? - ALBERTO GÓMEZ INDIVIDUAL EXHIBITION AT CREALDE SCHOOL OF ART
Sicardi | Ayers | Bacino presents their new exhibition Nature, on view through December 19, 2020. This exhibition highlights artists Alberto Baraya, Claudio Bravo, Aldo Bonadei, Maria Fernanda Cardoso, Magdalena Fernández, Thomas Glassford, Gabriel de la Mora, Marie Orensanz, Alejandro Otero, Miguel Angel Ríos, Melanie Smith, and Ana Maria Tavares. All of these artists use close observation of nature as a starting point, whether conceptually or in terms of materials used, to create this diverse body of work dating from 1950 to today.
NATURE, A SOLUTION
The Art Museum of Lima organizes an online auction with live broadcast on Saturday, October 17, including a pre-sale until that day.
XXV DESIGN AUCTION - MALI 2020
On Saturday, July 25th, Gabriela Rangel, Art Director at the Museum of Latin American Art of Buenos Aires (MALBA), discussed her institutional projects in the museum with Francisco Medail, Art Director at BAphoto.
BAphoto – LIVETALK #06. CURATORIAL DISCOURSES WITH GABRIELA RANGEL AND FRANCISCO MEDAIL
The fourth exhibition in the Passersby series explores the way in which Anni Albers’s (Germany, 1899 - USA, 1994) trips to Mexico influenced her work in different fields; in addition to outlining the personal and professional relationships forged through this experience. Likewise, the exhibition analyzes her oeuvre and draws parallelisms between modern artistic practices and the ancient and contemporary cultures of America.
MUSEO JUMEX PRESENTS PASSERBY 04: ANNI ALBERS
The Institut Valencià d’Art Modern (IVAM) has appointed Enguita as the institution’s new director after an international selection process.
NURIA ENGUITA NAMED DIRECTOR AT THE INSTITUT VALENCIÀ D’ART MODERN
The Contemporary Art Modern Project (The Camp Gallery) in collaboration with Fiber Artists-Miami Association, (FAMA) announces their signature art exhibition to commemorate American women winning the vote.
THE CAMP GALLERY AND FAMA ANNOUNCE “FORTY WOMEN PULLING AT THE THREADS OF SOCIAL DISCOURSE”
BOGOTÁ - The Miguel Urrutia Art Museum (MAMU) reopens its doors to the public with a retrospective of the artist Beatriz González.
A TRIBUTE TO BEATRIZ GONZÁLEZ: THE MASTER
Hutchinson Modern & Contemporary, a new art gallery specializing in Latin American, Latinx and Caribbean art, holds its inaugural exhibition Freddy Rodríguez: Early Paintings 1970-1990. Spanning the first two decades of the sixty-year decade-long artistic career of the New York-based Dominican-born artist, the exhibition will be on view from October 22, 2020 to January 8, 2021.
HUTCHINSON MODERN & CONTEMPORARY PRESENTS FREDDY RODRÍGUEZ: EARLY PAINTINGS 1970-1990
The Musée cantonal des Beaux-Arts, Lausanne (MCBA) presents a new site-specific installation by Jorge Macchi (born 1963, lives and works in Buenos Aires).
JORGE MACCHI EXHIBITS “THE SUBMERGED CATHEDRAL” IN SWITZERLAND
If the object of architecture is, in the first instance, functional, the fact that its dominant criterion is utilitarian does not preclude aesthetic concerns. Thus, the early 20th century witnessed the emergence of the highly influential Modern Movement, with its core principle that “form follows function”, a tenet perfectly exemplified by the work of Le Corbusier and the Bauhaus architects – Walter Gropius, Marcel Breuer or Mies van der Rohe, among others.
CENTRO BOTÍN NEW EXHIBITION - ARCHITECTURE AND ART: A DIALOGUE
Oxford Properties unveils Dreaming, a landmark three-storey Jaume Plensa Sculpture in the heart of Toronto’s Financial District. The artwork created by the world-renowned Spanish artist marks final stage of the revitalization of the Richmond-Adelaide Centre.
DREAMING, JAUME PLENSA’S SCULPTURE, FEATURES IN TORONTO
Call for entries: Sixth Triennial Outwin Boochever Portrait Competition. Submissions may be sent until January 29, 2021.
OPEN CALL: SMITHSONIAN'S NATIONAL PORTRAIT GALLERY
The Institute for Studies on Latin American Art (ISLAA) announces an upcoming conversation between curator Hans Ulrich Obrist and Argentine painter, sculptor, and theorist César Paternosto, organized in conjunction with the book release of Hans Ulrich Obrist & César Paternosto: Interview. Presented by The Institute of Fine Arts at New York University and moderated by Dr. Edward J. Sullivan, this event will illuminate the artist’s groundbreaking career and immense contributions to postwar abstraction.
A CONVERSATION: CÉSAR PATERNOSTO & HANS ULRICH OBRIST
Curated by Michelle White, this focused presentation of paintings from the late 1960s through the early 1970s is the first solo museum exhibition of the work of Virginia Jaramillo. Characterized by razor-thin undulating lines that dance across monochrome fields of bright and flat color—oxblood, saturated greens, and deep purples—the paintings situate the artist within the most important developments taking place in American abstraction at the time.
THE MENIL COLLECTION EXHIBITS VIRGINIA JARAMILLO’S CURVILINEAR PAINTINGS
Following the announcement by the French government that limits capacity at major events to 1,000 people, Paris Photo has been forced to cancel the fair scheduled for this year. Instead, it will inaugurate in November 2021 at the newly constructed Grand Palais Éphémère on the Champ de Mars.
PARIS PHOTO ANNOUNCES THE POSTPONEMENT OF ITS 2020 EDITION TO 2021
In this edition, Francisco Medail -Artistic Director of BAphoto- moderates a dialogue between 10 Brazilian galleries.
BAphoto LIVE ARCHIVE - GALLERY TALK: PHOTOGRAPHY AND MARKET IN BRAZIL
How do photographs speak to one another? Companion Pieces: New Photography 2020 traces conversations between images. Some happen between paired or pendant pictures that rely upon one another to convey a shared message; others use the visual rhyme or echoes that reverberate across multiple prints or in montage; still others occur between distinct photographic series that, woven together, deliver new or more complex accounts of the world.
MoMA – COMPANION PIECES, NEW PHOTOGRAPHY 2020
Last week, the Guggenheim Museum in Manhattan received an instruction manual valued between $120,000 and $150,000. The manual itself is not an artwork, but 14 pages of detailed layouts on where, how, and how often the banana must be replaced. Yes, it is "Comedian", the conceptual artwork that went viral last year at Art Basel Miami Beach.
NEW YORK’S GUGGENHEIM ACCEPTS A DONATION THAT AWAKENS CONTROVERSY
Miami-based Dina Mitrani Gallery presents this exhibition as part of the Miami Design District's Art in the District Cultural Program. It features the work of more than 20 artists.
THE ALTERED IMAGE. WOMEN TELLING STORIES BY COMBINING PHOTOGRAPHY WITH MIXED MEDIA
Colección SOLO, a private art collection and international art patronage project based in Madrid (Spain), has announced the winners of its international sound art award, the PowSOLO Awards, a collaboration between Colección SOLO and Powland Network, an Amsterdam-based collective dedicated to promoting sound art.
WINNERS OF THE PowSOLO AWARDS FOR SOUND ART
The exhibition, curated by Juan Naranjo, photography historian and independent curator, comprises 110 photographs of the 131 by Paul Strand in the Fundación’s collection, which is the most complete on the artist in any European institution.
FUNDACIÓN MAPFRE EXHIBITS WORKS BY PAUL STRAND
Ecstasy, unfaithfulness and torment are some of the acts that permeate the exhibition “BONELESS” by Carlos Herrera, which can be visited by appointment and respecting hygiene and safety measures.
CARLOS HERRERA EXHIBITS “DESHUESADO” AT RUTH BENZACAR ART GALLERY
The exhibition (Dosinate. Art in Sound until 1980), based on an original project by Guy Schraenen, analyzes one of the lesser-known facets of the visual arts: the development of sound as a differentiated creative field of music, from the beginning to the end of the 20th century.